von Bartha, Kannenfeldplatz 6 CH–4056, Basel

SUPERFLEX: Euphoria Now

Modern Times Forever, 2011, 240 hours, Made for IHME Contemporary Art Festival, Produced by The Propellar Group

Von Bartha, Basel presents its first solo exhibition with Copenhagen based art group SUPERFLEX, who are renowned for their playful, subversive analysis of our economic and social structures.

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MOSTYN, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, LL30 1AB

We’ve Got Mail II

We've Got Mail II, Installation View

'We’ve Got Mail II' is one in a series of exhibitions at MOSTYN which respond to the context in which they are placed – a former postal sorting office into which MOSTYN’s galleries were expanded in 2010.

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HMS Belfast, moored on the River Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge

Hew Locke: The Tourists

The Tourists

Angela Kingston reviews a newly commissioned installation aboard HMS Belfast by Hew Locke, where she discovered ship's mannequins in Caribbean-style carnival masks and costumes. Could it be that something of the inner life of the crew, usually concealed within a culture of male repression and harsh discipline, is finding its way to the surface?

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P/////AKT, Zeeburgerpad 53, 1019 AB Amsterdam

Dan Walwin: Sun room

Dan Walwin, Sun room, installation view at P/////AKT, 2015

Teasingly titled ‘Sun room’, Dan Walwin’s exhibition channels the viewer through a semi-darkened space, within which watery flows are both depicted on screen and suggested by architectural interventions. Review by Maeve Connolly

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead NE8 3BA

Jason Rhoades: Four Roads

Jason Rhoades, The Grand Machine, installation view at BALTIC, 2015

American consumer, pop and car culture collide in cacophonous excess in the sprawling, disordered installations painstakingly recreated for BALTIC’s formidable spaces. Review by Rowan Lear

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Tenderpixel, 8-10 Cecil Court, London WC2N 4HE

Things That Tumble Twice

Ian Law, Infirm Arbroath, 2015. Olivier Castel, Mimesis.

Helena Haimes finds two curatorial concerns at play in Things That Tumble Twice: one to do with duality and repetition, the other with mutability and decay.

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Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Kensington Gardens, West Carriage Drive, London W2

Pascale Marthine Tayou: BOOMERANG

Installation view, Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Sculptural forms are made from a combination of found objects, organic matter and a diverse range of materials. The exhibition is prolific. The space overflows. BOOMERANG is reviewed by Philomena Epps.

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BOM | Birmingham Open Media, 1 Dudley Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 4EG

BOM Fellows: Live R&D

Live: R&D Installation View, Birmingham Open Media, 10 March - 1 May 2015

Visitors must be willing to interact, ask questions, and get their hands dirty - not always metaphorically. Marianne Templeton reviews Birmingham Open Media's Live R&D laboratory, where art, science and technology meet.

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TG, c/o PRIMARY, 33 Seely Road, Nottingham NG7 1NU

Samuel Jeffery

Installation view of Samuel Jeffery

Samuel Jeffery's white monochrome paintings are explored by Alice Gale-Feeny. In these she finds connections to landscape, Ben Nicholson and De Stijl.

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NEW STUDIO, 4-17 Frederick Terrace, London, E8 4EW

Sophie Dupont: Marking Breath

Marking Breath, Saturday 18 April 2015, 5:57 am - 8:02 pm (sunrise to sunset), performed at NEW STUDIO, London

A whitewashed studio in a former fabric-cutting factory was the setting for 'Marking Breath', a daylong performance by Danish artist Sophie Dupont.

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The Royal Standard, Unit 3, Vauxhall Business Centre 131 Vauxhall Road, Liverpool L3 6BN UK

External Machines

External Machines, Installation View

Group show 'External Machines' investigates the tension between ideas of constriction and relief - whether they be theoretical, physical, self-imposed or out of necessity.

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Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP

Deborah Delmar Corp.: Upward Mobility

Deborah Delmar Corp.: Upward Mobility Upper Gallery, Modern Art Oxford 2015

Since 2009 Débora Delmar has called herself ‘Corp.' for corporation, extending her persona into a series of merchandising and artworks appropriating corporate imagery. Review by Francesca Laura Cavallo

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